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Use the HTML below. Boo, Saul! What I liked about Great Lion of God is that it provided much historical context to this time.
It offered speculation as to why Saul kissed the ass of the Roman government, and it made complete sense.
Maybe Saul wasn't a complete douche bag, but a very confused man with too much time to write down his thoughts for history before he really had a chance to ruminate on them.
Much like Caldwell herself. Many of the early years of Saul's life could've been cut, as could much of the philosophical discourse between characters.
Aside from this overwriting, the story of the zealous Jew who became Christianity's greatest convert is interesting.
Saul's confrontation with the father of Stephen was the highlight of the novel; also fascinating were the many scenes depicting the confusion within Judaism and Christianity in the first century A.
Caldwell's writing is not for everyone, especially in today's fast-paced society. Some may not be able to get past her controversial views.
It's understandable and I do not look down on anyone who will not give the author a minute of their time. But, if you interested in dynamic personalities like I am, and don't mind spending hours in the vast and verdant rolling hills of a garden floating in a golden mist where flowers glitter with silvery dew and where sonorous voices come from rosy lips , then give Caldwell a try.
As long as the International Bankers haven't gotten to your local used bookstore yet, you should be able to find her novels in the discount bin. View all 23 comments.
I haven't read it yet as I'm not a big fan of Paul either for some of the same reasons as you, however I got the book since I It was Captains and the Kings that did it for me, as well.
I have noticed in the last year that several of her books have popped up as ebooks in my library's catalog, so I'm not surprised to learn that someone had taken an interest in her work again.
It's probably about time I read another of her novels. Except for the woman hating, I would think she'd fit in with a lot of the popular views today.
I do wonder what her current views would be on the same issues if she were still alive. Jan 23, Laurence rated it it was amazing. I didn't particularly appreciate Saint Paul or his writings until I read this book unabridged.
I am not a fan of historical fiction using real persons, but this one is credible and scripturally accurate.
I delighted in Taylor's gift of the description not everyone's cup of tea. View 1 comment. Feb 06, LemonLinda rated it really liked it Shelves: hfu I first wanted to read this book as I was so struck by how aptly Caldwell married the factual and fictional in the book about St.
Luke, Dear and Glorious Physician and I really loved that book. And I did get so much from the book. It did not read as smoothly as the other one had, but I attribute that largely to the subject matter.
Paul was a very complicated and at times conflicted person - one who disbe I first wanted to read this book as I was so struck by how aptly Caldwell married the factual and fictional in the book about St.
Paul was a very complicated and at times conflicted person - one who disbelieved and then believed so passionately. But at his core there was always a strong faith and a commitment that God's will be done.
Caldwell was so committed to intense research and thus by reading it is almost as if you are walking and talking the those familiar early Christians over two millenniums ago.
I certainly did enjoy and am glad that I made the commitment to read this one. And yes, that talent for finding the facts and creating a believable story around them is clearly the draw for this book as well.
View all 3 comments. Apr 30, Daniel rated it it was amazing. Her best biblical character novel by far! I have read it 3 times!
View 2 comments. Great Lion of God was in the same haul as The Robe and Dear and Glorious Physician —in the small but cherished book collection of my grandmother, who died the year after I was born.
Born to a somber Pharisee father and a materialistic Sadducee mother, Saul is fearsome even as a child. His mother is so shallow that she fails to bond with her little boy because she thinks him too ugly to be her offspring.
Perhaps to irk her on a subliminal level that he does not yet grasp, Saul embraces the devoutness of his paternal family instead, but carries it to an extreme of religiosity that his father, mild-mannered Hillel, finds frightening.
But immediately afterwards he has a panic attack, becoming disgusted and horrified by both his own raging hormones and the girl he found so desirable just a moment ago.
From this point forward Saul nurses a deep misogyny, and a loathing for even the most innocuous expressions of affection between men and women.
He even mistrusts his own little sister. Shortly thereafter a plague sweeps through Tarsus, striking down Saul who eventually recovers and his mother, Deborah who does not among hundreds of others.
The boy becomes even harder and angrier, and feels guilty for not bonding with his mother even though she was the one to reject him in early childhood.
Stomping about the city and hating everything he sees, he comes across what he first assumes are a brother and a sister, but turn out to be son and a mother who was very young indeed when She bore Him.
These two are peasants from the lowly region of Galilee, yet somehow They have the poise of royalty and a magnetism that goes beyond even a crown.
Saul believes the two to be sorcerers and flees from Them, reviling Them. Saul hates nothing more than the decadent and oppressive Romans, and gleefully follows the exploits of the Zealots who carry out petty terror attacks against Roman soldiers here in Judaea.
The condemned are mere boys in their late teens and early twenties, just like Saul—and just like the Romans driving nails into their hands and feet.
The brave rebels are coming to an inglorious end, for crucifixion is a death reserved for the most contemptible criminals. They strain to breathe, their pain too much for mortals to bear… …and yet another young man emerges from the crowd, with the clothing of a redneck and the bearing of a king, and in a quiet but resonating and powerful voice He recites the Shema: Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One.
The dying youths repeat this phrase after Him, and He walks down the line, reciting Psalms and they echo the sacred words.
By the time He has walked from one end of the line to the other, the boys have died, mercifully and peacefully, their faces and bodies eased as if they merely fell asleep.
And the young man in the rough clothing—whom it should surprise nobody is one Yeshua of Nazareth—pulls His cloak up over His head and slinks away from the crowd, hunched over as if He has absorbed the pain from the executed youths and taken it into His own Body.
There are plenty of authors still living whom I deeply admire, but I have yet to stumble upon any who write with the majesty of Taylor Caldwell.
Her words bring the places she describes—in this case, the many cities of the ancient eastern Mediterranean coast—to such vibrant life that a movie version would almost be redundant.
Her saturation of detail can make some parts of the book uncomfortable to read. The mass crucifixion scene is horribly graphic—the boys, already bleeding profusely from their hands and feet, also have hundreds of small cuts on their backs from the splinters of their rough wooden crosses, which they have to rub against in order to breathe in this position, and some from pain and exhaustion soil themselves.
This also applies for the stoning of St. Stephen, a beautiful youth who by the end of his martyrdom barely appears human, bleeding so profusely from his head that his hair color and facial features can no longer be recognized.
This is all brilliantly done, but renders the book highly inappropriate for Sunday school. Squeamish readers are duly advised. But just as this book explores the pits of human experience, it shows us the highs, too—especially when the Divine intersects with the mundane.
The visions of Saul are as searingly described as if Caldwell herself experienced them. The scenes with Jesus are infused with an eerie majesty.
Like Dear and Glorious Physician , this book is an immersive and haunting experience that demands and deserves to be savored. Warmly recommended for adults and mature teens of any faith or none.
Shelves: faith-and-religion , history. Many thanks to Constanza see comments below for reading this review and commenting on my error. I have created a review for Dear and Glorious Physician DAGP with the material that was wrongly applied here with some minor formatting changes.
I am also leaving the incorrect essay below so that other readers can make sense of the comment and revel in my bone headedness.
In fact, I did start this book and then put it aside because I just could not continue. I do know that I eventually did read to the end, but as I write this today, I feel it was at least a couple of years later when that happened.
Remember this is decades-old recollection But I have one thing that I can clearly remember and tell you: giving up on reading a book felt bad.
Really bad. Not a crime per se, but like a betrayal of the book and by extension of the author and publisher.
And it was that guilt that eventually made me return and read the rest of the book. I envy those people because even today I still wade through a book that I am reading.
On the other hand, thanks to Goodreads and some in-person friends, I have read many books in the past decade that I never would have bothered with and am a better reader for it.
Someday I will dig that out and finish it. Original, review text Feb that is NOT about this book: I read this book and several others by the author a long, long time ago.
Putting aside the "disciple" aspect of Luke which wasn't a factor , I read it because a he was a physician and b it's set in the early Roman Empire.
Since I've always been into science and did lots of Western i. Greco-Roman Ancient History and took Latin for six years as a teenager, this book hit on all three.
From what I remember, I liked the book for its own sake. Her novels tend to be longish and rich with detail and plot.
Of course this is a fictionalized account of Luke's life and I am pretty sure that Caldwell takes some expansive liberties with his life story.
Minor spoiler alert! For example, I don't really think he met one of the Emperors! I also recall having attempted to read at least one of her other books I think it was "Great Lion of God" and putting it down pages into it for 6 months because I thought it was unreadable.
I did eventually read it through, but "Dear and Glorious Physician" was clearly a better book and I recall more details of it even mumblety-mumbelty years ago.
It was a pretty decent book: well-written and well plotted. There are probably others that I would like, too. Given her fairly high level of writing, I hope you decide to pick up this or another of her many books.
Even though her last book was written in , her themes are universal and ageless more or less. Give one or two a try. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.
Novel about St. Luke, and I adored it. This one, on the other hand The problem is that Paul, as presented by Caldwell at any rate, is truly detestable: arrogant, priggish, humorless, inflexible, and austere.
I am hard put to come up with a single redeeming characteristic. Caldwell gives Paul a few sightings of Jesus of Nazareth, from which Paul, in his infinite wisdom about God's ways, concludes that this Jesus is n Novel about St.
Caldwell gives Paul a few sightings of Jesus of Nazareth, from which Paul, in his infinite wisdom about God's ways, concludes that this Jesus is nothing but a charlatan.
Even when his own nephew is the beneficiary of a healing, he browbeats the boy, and the servant responsible for bringing Jesus in to help him, to try to force them to admit that it was all a hoax.
I was hoping that once he had his conversion experience, he would lighten up. But no, he just changed team jerseys.
The only reason I rated this as highly as I did was that, as a work of historical fiction, it felt very true to its time and place.
But as a quasi-devotional work, I consider it a complete failure. Paul the Apostle is the subject of Caldwell's story. She has created a man of "leonine" proportions, one who lived as passionately before his Damascus Road experience as afterward.
Because I am also reading through the Bible and have been in the book of Acts, it has been fascinating to read coinciding portions.
I admire writers who can envision the gaps and take brief comments and expand them in technicolor. Caldwell does that! Paul becomes larger than life as he wrestles with his faith, his hum Paul the Apostle is the subject of Caldwell's story.
Paul becomes larger than life as he wrestles with his faith, his human nature, his cohorts, his fellow believers, his family.
Caldwell also does a masterful job of creating the Roman, Hebrew and Christian, and Greek cultures of the day--and amazingly the conflicting philosophies seem not so different than those of the 21st century.
Her descriptions are lush. Her style may seem somewhat stilted in that sentences are long, embedded with sensory detail. A long read--but powerful.
Dec 01, Amy rated it liked it Shelves: book-club. My book club picked this book, because this liturgical year is dedicated to St.
As well, we had previously read Grandmother and the Priests by Taylor Caldwell and which we all loved. Caldwell's research into biblical times bears fruit in this immense novel, moving from Paul's upper-class upbringing in Tarsus to his traveling to Jerusalem.
I enjoyed very much how the author brought in to Paul's life, prior to his conversion, John the Baptist, Joseph of Arimathea, and of course, Jesus and Hi My book club picked this book, because this liturgical year is dedicated to St.
I enjoyed very much how the author brought in to Paul's life, prior to his conversion, John the Baptist, Joseph of Arimathea, and of course, Jesus and His mother Feb 27, Erin Miller rated it it was amazing Shelves: life-changers.
I love the apostle Paul. This is such a wonderfully written fictional story of his life with as much biblical knowledge as possible. Taylor Caldwell is one of the best writers of all time.
Feb 03, Libby rated it did not like it Shelves: religion , rome. This is the first book I ever put away unfinished.
I was raised to believe it was a special sort of sin to show disrespect to a book, but I just could not make myself continue reading.
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